Release Notes: A WordPress Plugin is now available for integrating Connect Daily into WordPress Web sites. The plugin provides Mini-Calendar widgets, Simple and Detailed List of Events widgets, and IFRAME widgets for inserting full-sized calendars into the site. JSONP data export ability was added to simplify AJAX programming. Overall program performance was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds an audit trail to track system changes. It adds RSS import. Imports can now be marked as recurring for periodic automatic re-import. Import screens support an undo function. A container-level authentication provider has been added, including support for Windows integrated security. The planner view now supports variable period display. There are multiple other improvements in the import function. There are some 18 or so minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The previous Gantt chart view has been replaced with a new view that has variable time spans, and can be used to view not only resources, but calendars and event types. It supports variable sizing to display large spans of times clearly, event coloring, and quick event adding using click and drag. CSV import now supports Item GUID, enabling multiple imports without creating duplicate events. Reminders and Notifications now shows other users reminders and notifications that will generate a message to your account.
Release Notes: The welcome page has been restructured to be more user-friendly by removing the tips window and adding shortcuts to the most commonly used features. AJAX code and features have been added to allow you to dynamically insert calendar data into your Web pages. Item Styles can optionally be tied to the item type, simplifying the use of color high-lighting. An auto-legend generation feature has been added to generate a legend when styles/colors are used. You can now sort the order in which calendars appear in the dropdown calendar list. There are 10 or so other minor feature improvements. Some two dozen small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to create user-defined custom fields on calendar events. For enterprise users, dropdowns can be populated from your own database. Additionally, you can define custom picker dialogs to lookup data from corporate databases for your custom fields. Users can now add other calendar users to receive notification and reminders about events. System configuration and Item Styles are now saved in the database, simplifying deployment as a WAR,or in a cluster. Finally, several minor bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Major improvements in printing. This release adds notification on changes to the email system. There are dozens of small form fixes. Double-clicking now activates movers. Captions on security permissions have been improved to be more understandable. RSS feeds now export with the publish date in local time rather than GMT. Multiple bugs have been fixed, including several bugs in the iCal import/export system. A logic error in the RSS export has been fixed. A problem in the edit user screen that prevented it from handling accented characters in user names has been fixed.
Release Notes: A single day planner view with configurable period. Icons and form fields are now suppressed when a calendar is printed. An iCal import routine. A user level preference was added to allow setting the default calendar view (Yearly, Monthly, Weekly, Daily, and List). Calendar pages now validate cleanly using the w3.org HTML Validator. Many security-related options were added including password expiration, account lockout period, etc. ViewItem now shows the last update for an event. Several small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for time zones was added. Users can now set their own individual time zone, and event times are shifted into that that time. The icons were changed to a cleaner set. Section 508/W3C Accessibility compliance was improved. CSV Export can now include the long description field. Many other small improvements were made. A bug in the iCal export that could cause an infinite loop was fixed. A JDK 1.4 only feature that was inadvertantly added in 3.1.2 was removed.
Release Notes: This release adds a setup and teardown event feature to simplify resource management. Resources can now be marked as shared to allow use by multiple events. Support has been added for attaching binary files and additional URLs to calendar events. Unlimited files can be attached to events. Calendars can be exported in text/CSV format. User-level preferences for showing stop times and resources were added. Administrators can now modify the preference settings of users.
Release Notes: Support has been added for email notification when events are added, as well as reminders about upcoming events and change notifications. Combined calendar management has been simplified. Any calendar can now include any other. A privacy feature has been added to limit events from being displayed in rollup calendars. The ability to set the default calendar displayed on a per-user basis has been added.